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John Carpenter's They Live   Plot: A down-on-his-luck construction worker discovers a pair of special sunglasses that allows him to see that the world is being controlled by ugly aliens disguised as normal-looking humans...

Figures: USA. 1988. 93 minutes. English. DeLuxe Color. Rated R.

Who are they? And what do they want?

 
 Production team:  
Directed by: John Carpenter  
Written by: John Carpenter
Ray Nelson
 
Original music by: John Carpenter
Alan Howarth
 
Produced by: Alive Films  
Distributed by: Universal Pictures  
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 Cast:
Keith David  -->  Frank
Meg Foster  -->  Holly
Roddy Piper  -->  Nada
 
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